Visiting Key West on Budget – Florida Keys, U.S.A.

Key West is such a breath-taking location, but visiting this beauty comes with a price. Hotels located in the Keys start at around $250+/night during peak season, but if you know where to look, you can find accommodations for as low as $45/night! Imagine waking up, climbing on deck, drinking your coffee while watching the…

Ginnie Springs Campground – High Springs, Florida, U.S.A.

At 72 degrees year-round, the Suwannee River and Santa Fe River are known for their spring pockets located sporadically along the river. Ginnie Springs Outdoors, LLC is known for its diving grounds; Devil’s Spring System is the most iconic in the nation. The Devil’s Spring System consists of three individual springs, Devil’s Eye, Devil’s Ear,…

Travel Tips

Not too long ago, traveling was just an idea for most. The cost of airfare, hotel accommodations, rental cars, and even food was considered a luxury. As the world continues to advance and develop more user-friendly technology, traveling has turned into this never-ending bucket list of locations for tourists to achieve in their lifetime. Thanks to…

Old Federal Campground, Lake Lanier – Flowery Branch, Georgia, U.S.A.

Old Federal Campground is located on the eastern banks of Lake Sidney Lanier just north of Chattahoochee Bay. Funded and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, this campsite features 82 sites, including 3 RV Electric ($32/night), 58 Standard Electric ($32/night), 2 Tent-Only Electric ($24/night), 12 Tent-Only Non-Electric ($22/night), and 7 Walk-In Sites ($22/night)….

Visiting Providence Canyon – Lumpkin, Georgia

Known as Georgia’s “Little Grand Canyon,” it comes as a surprise to know most Georgians have never heard about this hidden gem. Located 150 miles Southwest of Atlanta, this canyon sits on 1,003 acres. As a result of poor farming practices in the 1800s, soil erosion created these massive gorges almost 150 feet deep. Over…

Essential Camping Checklist

This is my own personal list I use to ensure I pack everything I need before going camping. I usually don’t pack everything on this list (such as a generator, binoculars, charcoal, etc.), but I hope this helps you remember not to forget your deodorant while your out in the wilderness. Please, if I forgot…